(9News) "He was asymptomatic through his isolation and tested negative on three occasions through his … About 70,000 residents living … The area was divided into … The sun shone down on the northern beaches on Sunday as residents in the northern zone spent their first day out of COVID-19 lockdown. Brisbane's residents remain in lockdown, while Sydney's northern beaches open. By Maxim Boon Posted: Friday 8 … Save. The Northern Beaches lockdown will ease as of midnight tonight. Residents of the southern part of the northern beaches will be released from lockdown at midnight on Saturday and come under the broader restrictions that apply to … The federal government, meanwhile, has reassessed the international arrivals cap as … For our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, learn more here. The northern beaches lockdown will end at midnight on Saturday. However, concerns about continued community spread in Greater Sydney remain high. The northern part of northern beaches will be freed from its strict COVID lockdown at midnight tomorrow even though the mystery Avalon coronavirus case is still under investigation. December 24, 2020 — 12.10am. Residents north of the Narrabeen Bridge on Sydney's Northern Beaches have emerged out of lockdown as NSW reports three new local coronavirus infections. By Fiona Stanaway. A wedding venue director has been fined $5,000 after hosting a Northern Beaches bride who risked a COVID-19 catastrophe by breaking lockdown to … Outdoor get-togethers of up to five on the northern end of the peninsular are permissible and up … NSW … Lifting northern beaches lockdown too risky for now. The northern beaches lockdown means indoor gatherings are currently banned. The Northern Beaches lockdown will finally end this weekend. The southern zone will be released from lockdown on January 2 The northern zone of the Northern Beaches will remain locked down until January 9 to stop the spread of Covid-19. The Northern Beaches was placed into lockdown because of the latest Covid-19 cluster at Avalon, which now sits at 146 cases. Credit: Roger Stonehouse.